On 06/09/2017 03:27 PM, albert.luo(a)uwindsor.ca wrote:
Xerox printer's LDAP connectivity's default search filter is
(|(uid=someone)(samaccountname=someone)). samaccountname is not a defined attribute. This
search filter will result notes=A, causing performance issue.
Is there a way to avoid searching samaccountname=someone, since samaccountname is not a
defined attribute. Thank you!
no, I don't think so, and it should be easier to
change the client to
not use undefined attributes in searches instead of extending the server
to handle all kinds of "..." requests.
If you want to bypass this, you can define the attribute and index it,
it will be one quick index lookup for (samaccountname=someone)returning
nothing and the results should be only based on (uid=someone)
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